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Supernatural: the Complete Seasons 1 & 2

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A 'Supernatural' Feast

    ‘Supernatural’ has opened my eyes to the wonders of what television can really be when everyone works together to create something wonderful. And it most definitely leaves me full of wonder. The interaction of the two Winchester brothers with their love-hate relationship, their total commitment to one another in life-and-death situations and their unconditional love for one another leaves me wondering how on earth a single show could have such an impact on my soul. I'll just say this. 'Supernatural' has heart. Despite everything those boys go through - in the end, they will never give up on one another. No, it's more than that...They would die for one another. Have to give credit to the writers and directors for doing their part in making this show what it is. BUT Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki breathe life into the 'Dean' and 'Sam' characters. So much so that you get drawn in with them every minute they're on the screen. Now if that's all there was to the show, it would still take precedence over 99.9% of the stuff that's out there. But that's only the beginning. And that's why I have to say that this show has been truly inspired. As I see it, Jensen and Jared as Dean and Sam are the meat and potatoes of this sumptuous meal. For the desert we get...evil creatures, bad guys, innocent "and not-so innocent" victims that Sam and Dean are always ready, willing and able to help - both guns blazing, - and demons - lots and lots of demons. Demons that are not only after Sam and Dean's bodies but their souls as well. Makes for very compelling watching. And I, for one, have pulled myself up to the table, knife and fork at the ready.

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    Posted October 28, 2008

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